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  1. Blue Gum loop trail

    This delightful track offers a soothing riverside walk through patches of untouched forest in Barrington Tops National Park. From Williams River picnic area, Blue Gum loop trail crosses the magnificent Williams River,...

  2. Dungog Museum

    The Dungog Historical Society was formed in 1963 and since 1968 has operated a museum in the heritage-listed former School of Arts building. The purpose of the museum is the collecting, preserving and interpreting of...

  3. Apex Lookout Dungog

    Apex Lookout provides excellent views over the township of Dungog, east towards Cooreei (a high hill overlooking the town) and also views to the north towards Barrington Tops. There is a table and benches...

  4. Boot Hill

    "Boot Hill" is a selection of hundreds of shoes and boots strung along the fence of a property on Allyn River Road, north of Eccleston.The owners originally put up a "Boot Hill" sign and a few old shoes on...

  5. Dungog Common

    The common covers a little over 600 acres to the west of the small rural town of Dungog in NSW. The Trust is made up of seven trustees who aim to encourage the use of the common by locals and visitors who wish to...

  6. Lagoon Pinch picnic area

    Picturesque forest makes a perfect backdrop for a picnic in the southern section of Barrington Tops National Park. Lagoon Pinch picnic area perches on the edge of a vast wilderness of deep gorges and wild rivers and...

  7. Great Country Drives

    Dungog Shire is in the Hunter Region of NSW and is renowned for its forests, mountains and clean rivers and picturesque villages and covers an area of 2248 square kilometres. It is bordered in the north by the...

  8. Clarence Town Bowling Club

    Clarence Town is a small, pleasant, sprawling and tranquil township picturesquely situated by the banks of the Williams River, 204 kilometres north of Sydney and 50 kilometres north of Newcastle. Clarence Town Bowling...

  9. Dungog James Theatre

    The James Theatre was once the social hub of Dungog, not only for its film screenings, but its balls and dances, catered for by the Wattle Club ladies.The Theatre fell on hard times and fell into...

  10. Vacy Community Arts Centre

    Vacy Community Arts Centre is a not for profit community organisation selling a unique variety of art and craft produced by local crafts people, they are located on Gresford Road which runs through the small rural...

  11. Farm Visit

    Farm Visit is a unique visit to an authentic working Dairy Farm just outside Dungog at the foothills of the Barrington Tops and alongside the magical Williams River.Come and watch the cows wander over the...

  12. Vacy School of Arts Hall

    Vacy School of Arts Hall is a community hall which was built in 1901 the Hall has been an integral part of the Vacy community for over 100 years and has been used extensively over this time for weddings, school...

  13. Canoeing at Clarence Town

    The boat ramp at Bridge Reserve (adjacent to the Williams River Holiday Park) at Clarence Town is a great spot to access the Williams River.One option is to travel upriver under the historic “Brig ‘O Johnson...

  14. Corker trail

    It’s not called Corker trail for nothing. This is a high altitude, high-octane adventure walk for fit and experienced bushwalkers in the rugged mountain country of Barrington Tops National Park. This challenging track...

  15. Brig O’Johnston Bridge

    The Brig O’Johnston Bridge over the Williams River at Clarence Town was built in 1880 and is the oldest surviving timber truss bridge in NSW. The bridge is one of 26 bridges identified for conservation in...

  16. Dungog Country Antiques

    You will find Dungog Country Antiques housed in a heritage listed building in Dungog. Dungog Country Antiques showcases an eclectic collection of antiques and vintage items from fine art to bric a...

  17. Dungog Memorial Bowling Club

    Wednesday night Twilight Bowls is fun for everyone. Beginners are always welcome. Come along on Wednesday nights and give bowls a go from 6pm after their winter recess. Wednesday is called the Roll and Giggle night...

  18. Chic and Antique

    Chic and Antique is full of upcycled vintage and some antique furniture, and an eclectic range of vintage wares ....antique day bed, rocking chair, chairs that don't rock, beautiful Vintage Bear, candelabras, vintage...

  19. Lostock Dam

    Lostock Dam is a minor rock fill and clay core embankment dam a concrete lined, flip bucket spillway across the Paterson River upstream the village of East Gresford in Hunter region of New South Wales. The dam's...

  20. Dungog Town Walk

    Blue plaques on many buildings around Dungog will take you on a self-guided walk featuring historic buildings and other significant sites. Some of the highlights include the Dungog Inn (211 Dowling Street...

  21. Williams River picnic area

    Williams River picnic area, in the southern section of the park is a beautiful place for a family day out. There’s a lovely grassy area for family games or spot for children to play while the adults get the picnic or...

  22. Burraga Swamp walking track

    Burraga Swamp walking track is a beautiful stroll to an intriguing natural wonder in Barrington Tops National Park, near Chichester State Forest. It’s well worth the effort for dedicated nature enthusiasts to take a...

  23. Dungog Arts Society

    Dungog Arts Society’s mission is to foster creative activities for all members of the community and to further develop artist awareness.They can be found at the foot hills of the World Heritage listed...

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